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.s. as the u.s. tries to navigate between clean energy and economic growth, as well as energy dependence versus drilling, the president's upcoming decision is increasingly seen as a crucial test by all sides. >> thousands of people marched on the national mall in washington yesterday, braving a cold winter wind to take part in what organizers called the biggest climate rally in u.s. history. they called for president obama to reject the proposed keystone excel oil pipeline. >> the reason i came here today was because i feel like president obama... i feel like if we make a statement with our numbers and our passion that he'll get the message. >> woodruff: the keystone project is designed to move crude oil hundreds of thousands of barrels a day that would be extracted from the oil sands of northern alberta in western canada. the oil would be transported across several u.s. states to refinerees and ports in texas. the company behind the 1700-mile pipeline, trans-canada, has altered the route to largely by-pass a water deposit in nebraska. but protest organizers insisted the pipeline still threaten
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by project funding and annual pro-creations annual pro-creations. the sand a supplemental regular energy water perforations have funded with an update and spirit out congress needs to increase the strength of direction. they like to point out the motto should be we may take twice as long but we cost twice as much. superstorm sandy brought problems running our pressure disasters. the current ad hoc approach creates an opportunity for waste fraud and abuse. worse and has the money puts people in infrastructure back eventually. the number of declarations have increased due to an increase of mage or weather events but also because of our nations -- not because our programs are responding to disasters that could respond to them. we have encourage development in an unsustainable manner. furthermore research indicates every dollar spent on mitigation saves for more former dollars in recovery. we should be helping people prepare in a way that protects taxpayers and reduces future risks and costs. thank you for the opportunity to testify today. my written testimony will be submitted them at great
in the climate and energy debate, i had a lot of talks with americans and british, and they always told us stop this, stop this with the industry, going to a service orientation economy. that is a lot easier than to reduce your emissions. we didn't do it and we were right that we should do it, and, therefore, we needed industrial policy strategy. third, also the challenge, how and what is the content of the program for good work, i'll state it more clear, how can we reestablish more law and order of the labor market? to give you one little example, everyone is looking at germany at the moment, because we are quite strong. we are quite successful, if we look at our unemployment rate. but the truth is, 10 million people and i know it will top of this in the labor -- later panel, 10 million people i will tell you situations, 10 million. i'm coming from the east. one-third of those people in my state return less than -- and, therefore, many other important so i can what is the program for more law and order on the labor market going to support? labor, the movement and to bring it as has been said b
from michigan, he is chairman of the house energy committee and joins us in new york right now. welcome to the program. congressman welcome to the program. seriously, do you think we have a probability here of a reversal president obama and saying yes to keystone? >> i hope that will happen. there's been strong bipartisan support for keystone. last week 146 members republicans and democrats sent a letter to the president saying hey it is time to get this thing done. stuart: what's your judgment? yes or no? >> i hope that he does this. i'm not convinced. i will tell you, i'm not convinced that he will. and the sad thing is, i'm sure the canadians made the point on friday when they met with secretary kerry, look, we're going to do this no matter what. we're going to go from a million barrels a day to 4 million barrels of production -- stuart: the canadians will do that. >> yes. before the end of the decade, if it doesn't come to lower 48, to create jobs, they will send it to china, they will build the pipeline east to the atlantic and send it by boat to the refineries. it will just raise
of you also served on. i completed my career here as chairman of the senate energy and natural resources committee. i will say to senator bennett, you may not think you are getting old, but clearly i am. i remember we have a bennett who was chief of staff of the budget committee. i was very young and at the bottom chair. he had the same name you do. it was your father. what a terrific thing to come here and see you today and ask .'s this. -- and expenses. -- and experience this. over 50% of the federal budget should put the country fiscal path for the future. this committee will play a critical role in achieving that role working with the president and with the secretary of the treasury. as you confront the fiscal challenges ahead, i cannot think of anyone more qualified or more ready for this job than jack lew. in only understands the challenges our country faces, but has the experience and judgment to confront them. as many know, jack has been a dedicated servant for many years. a servant of the people. what many do not know is where the dedication that she has originated -- that he ha
to the conclusion that he doesn't have the physical energy any longer to discharge his duties as pope. >> cardinal wuerl says that admission from the pope is more evidence the father is a him man. at 85 years old -- a humble man. at 85 years old pope benedict 16th says he no has the strength to lead and no one including the archbishop saw this coming, the first time it's happened in nearly 600 years. >> it came as an enormous surprise. >> pope benedict's decision to step down sets the stage for a conclave in march to elect a new leader of the catholic church. in recent months benedict has been showing signs of age and often seemed tired. local catholics know this wasn't an easy decision, but they're looking ahead. >> there's any number of possibilities of where the church might go. the church is more than just in the united states and so because of that the needs of the church on any given moment in time call for different personalities and different gifts. >> i really appreciate our pope. i'm not sure why he's declined in health. i just know it seems very odd how it's gone rapidly downhill just i
in like how do you make beer or i don't know, what is dark energy or what do i think about gun control? it could really be any subject, read a little bit about it and come to the other and ask them, what do you think about this? do you believe in reincarnation. it could be philosophical things or concrete things. if you get to actually do it and hey, we are now going to make beer together now that we've learned something. that's great if you get some time but if you can't, stimulating each other's minds will lead to overall stimulation of the relationship. >> who knew brewing beer the key to marital bliss. >> especially if they do it in their underwear. >> i'm talking about minds, jeff. morning television. >> it's getting more strange by the minute. to the phone lines. sharon from "new york times." what's your question. >> my question is we're both very sensitive. can we work together and be productive while still having a relationship. also, how do we separate the two relationships? >> patty, that one's to you. repeat the question real quick again. we couldn't quite hear you, sharon.
of energy will ride up into the area later today. i think by the end of the rush hour, probably 5:00, six, 7:00 tonight, enough cold air behind the front that like a couple of nights ago, could transition into parts of the area, transition into snow. could be light accumulations on the roads. could be enough to cover your car. could be up to an inch tonight and later tomorrow. forecast could get more interesting this weekend. more on that coming up. let's worry about today first. there's your accuweather seven- day forecast. potential parts of the area could pick up more snow tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow night. i'll have more on that in a few minutes. >>> let's check in with julie wright for a look at your on- time traffic. >> all right, guys. busy on the highways still at this hour. inner loop from 202 to route 4, 20 minutes heading south. accident closing between white house and brown road. we find the lanes are open in each direction two and from the wilson bridge. it's along 395, past 110, but before the 14th street bridge. a crash was tying up the left side. delays on the outer loop
things and all of them will stress the economic context. energy. infrastructure, which is new roads and bridges and things like that. manufacturing. and education and making colleges more affordable. and how we to make our economy grows stronger and promotes and grow the middle class. host: is the headline in the financial times -- how much of this will echo what we heard at the inaugural address? guest: i think it will be a little different from that. there were many comments after the inaugural address. it was very aggressive. he talked about gave rights, equal pay for women, voting rights. i think you'll see some of that, but my sense is you will see all of those pins that can come into an economic context. while he might talk about immigration, what we need to do as a country as that, it will be in the vein of how do we help the economy? host: jonathan strong? guest: i was at a retreat that the house democrats held last week in virginia. the president gave a speech to them in a preview of what he was going to say. ito quite an aggressive tone in terms of the standoff with republ
." >> announcer: finally, talk radio you can dance to. it's "the stephanie miller show." the natural energy of peanuts and delicious, soft caramel. to fill you up and keep you moving, whatever your moves. payday. fill up and go! (vo) always outspoken, now unleashed. joy behar. >> on my next show, fashion savant carson kressley goes from dancing with the stars to dishing with moi, on say anything. ♪♪ i don't know how i'm gonna survive ♪ >> stephanie: i see what you're going to do all morning. subtly mocking marco rubio. subtly our strong suit here. 22 minutes after the hour. 1-800-steph-12 toll free from anywhere. instapoll, 73% approval of the president's speech in the cnn poll. [ ♪ "world news tonight" ♪ ] what is this? 83% of viewers approved of the president's remarks. one of the funniest lines i've seen, marco rubio most ill-advised drink since socrates. thinking maybe i should have waited just a skosh. that speech was less than ten minutes. >> but he started rubbing his mouth. >> stephanie: he was sweaty. he was nervous. it was hilarious. >> and then -- and -- glug, glug g
. energy, he'll talk about infrastructure, which is new, new roads, new bridge, stuff like that, manufacturing -- manufacturing, and then he'll also talk about education and making college more affordable. but all of that will be in the context of how can we make our economy grow stronger, how with can -- how can we promote and grow the middle class. host: here's the headline of the financial times d this morning. obama to focus attention on the economy. speech to be heavy on home initiatives. how much of this will echo what we heard at the inaugural address? guest: i think it will be a little bit different from that. i think there were a lot of comments after the inaugural address that he was aggressive on social issues. he talked about gay rights, equal pay for women, voting rights, and i think you'll see some of that but my sense is that you'll see only the things that sort of can come into an economic context. so while he might talk about immigration, what we need to do as a country on that, it will be in the vein of how does that help the economy? host: how significant is t
congress to focus on attracting jobs to the u.s., trading american workers and energy. aside from one to raise the minimum hourly wage by the end of 2015, the president also touch on spending more to fix the nation's roads and bridges, and expanding early childhood education. is one of some of what you were saying at the kron4 facebook page about the state of the union address. betty jo well, so many ideas but he doesn't even have a budget passed. how can the government even began to make plans without a budget? for years of spending, without a budget, is ridiculous. keith says raise the minimum wage to $9? you raise it up, it trickles down to us, the consumers, with higher prices. it is basic economics. david says i no longer pay attention to what is happening in washington. dollar president commander in chief has plenty of good ideas, he pitches a well except for a he has an able to get anything done. >> 70 4:00 a.m. and president obama is state of the union address lit up the twitter of birds. 1.1 million state of being in related tweets were made between the time obama entered the
're a big tent. we love having this individual input, and that is what is going to bring energy and excitement to our party and put the focus on -- we are the party that believes in the individual, and the power of you. >> do you believe you have a message problem or a messenger problem? >> i think it's a little bit of both, in that we have a good solid philosophical core. we have the right set of principles. sometimes, how we communicate that message gets a little bit muddled, and i think, many times, the messenger has a tendency to maybe not look as new and as fresh. and i appreciate so much governor jindal and senator rubio, and their passion for getting out there and making a difference. and in having messages that communicate and reach younger voters that get beyond the sides of our big tent party and bring more people in. invite people into the process. >> well, let me go through a couple of the president's proposals and see where you stand. on the minimum wage -- >> sure. >> do you see -- there are two parts to the president's proposals. one, he would like to see it raise
with the nuclear blast. it is an instant deposit of energy in the atmosphere. and so forth nationally we were able to tell them, we, i mean people, my scientific brethren who study this, were able to tell them no, that was not somebody's first strike it was actually a cosmic event. so that was in the 1990s. and if this had happened over the pas civic, nobody would have noticed. >> is it, in fact happening all the time? this kind of thing. >> yes, so something of this magnitude we might imagine is perhaps once a decade. i mean if one happened in the 90s and one happened now and you fill in for the areas of the earth it would not have been noticed f it did. for example the north pole or antarctica or northern canada where hardly anybody lives. you could easily sort of hide one of these from anybody's view simply because of the large swathes of area on earth's surface where nobody inhabits it. so i could imagine it would be once every five to ten years. >> and what exactly is it? what is a meteor and what is an asteroid for that matter? >> yeah, well, we can go back, asteroid 101, actually i have the
care market, but when you spend a tremendous amount of energy and i would argue vitreal with what most people at the time thought was a very far-fetched view of the constitution, that it would somehow preclude the government from entering and regulating the health care market even though the government already is obviously in that market with direct health care services, right, they spent a lot of time and energy on that, and we're seeing that again in the voting rights case that's coming up where things that have been considered settled law for a long time are now part of a larger political movement that wants to really graft a limited constitutional view through not only the yushl branch but through the political branches, and i would say so far they're not very successful at it. >> that's the sort of "tyranny of the minority." the party of mull fiction. not surprisingly, some of those acceptance of those policies finds order in parts of the country where the republicans have a stronghold/stranglehold, largely areas of the oel confederacy. to an unprecedented degree, today's republic
in the state of california right now. looking at six meters. many buildings have one meter, and yet for energy efficiency and for billing purposes, it helps to separate out the meter so you know how much each space is using. there's been a big issue about the so-called submeetering. we're going to see in a little while some new sub meetering equipment. but this is a method which is cost efficient because it allows each person to get their own bill. when you get your own bill, you know you want to keep your billow. where as if the rental unit came power and you don't pay a separate electrical bill, you might not be quite as careful. >> i believe the current public utilities commission code does require all individual residential units to be individually meters. that's for all new work. >> and for commercial, they allow separate submetering. ok. so we brought the power into the building. we're watching our fingers here. we have other ways we'll seat meters >> we have examples, a wide variety of metering and service equipment that can be chosen. the reason i wanted to show you this is to show you
. >>> the monster beverage company is changing can labels. energy drinks are under scrutiny. by changing the drink status they will list nutrition facts instead of supplement facts and it will disclose the amount of caffeine. they haven't confirmed whether any ingredients will be removed. >>> growing homeless encampment got the attention of officials and will be forced to move. you can see the tents, located near emery and walnut street. we spoke with a man and he said people were forced to move from the river banks and this is where they ended up. >> moving us isn't going to get rid of the problem. >> the city needs to focus on creating shelter and programs for the homeless. he said leaders have been eto the camp telling people to move. >>> thousands of people on the carnival cruise should be on land tomorrow. they are towing it to mobile, alabama. two helicopters with generators and supplies have been sent. the ship has been paralyzed since sunday. passengers say conditions are rough. >> urinating in bags. onion sandwiches. standing in line for food, 4 hours. >> carnival cruise said passengers g
the energy of the quake. they may get damaged but the adjoining bridge segments should survive. >> it is first time anyone in the world has used this. >> reporter: it appears the bumpers and beams won't eliminate quake damage but the beams should be usable after a big one. >> you may not be going 70 miles per hour talking on your cell phone, but the bridge, you will be able to drive across it. that is the goal. >> reporter: don't forget, by the way, that the point of this -- you think it is a new bridge. it is not a new bridge. this whole thing is a seismic retro fit project. the point is not that all of these fancy new engineering things which really are quite brilliant means the bridge will survive a massive earthquake unscathed, it will be damaged but the measure is after a significant earthquake you would be able to still drive across it, even if you are only driving at 15 miles per hour. that is the standard of success. it will get damage but it should stand. >> the interesting thing i find in all of our retro fit stories, whether it is this or any other, it depend
the optimism of leaders shaping their own community, the energy of people making their own decisions, the pride of a tribal nation unleashing its own potential. in many ways, my own experience and my tribe's experience reflect not just indian country's advances but our aspirations, that our communities might thrive in a modern, global economy that, our children might achieve their dreams, and today, more than ever, those aspirations are within our reach. thanks to a greater trust between tribal nations and the united states, we're in a moment of real possibility. in president obama and his administration, we have a partner committed to strengthening tribal sovereignty, who believes in our right to determine our own course, who understands what we've always known to be true, that indian nations are best governed by indian people. [applause] this partisanship and partnership extends throughout the federal government, on both sides of the aisle, because indian issues are not partisan issues. the results has had a meaningful, measurable impact on indian people's lives. today, more tribes are managi
and families with energy and understanding. she's also a wonderful mother to our children, a former officer and current student at the university of north carolina. melissa, a schoolteacher in north carolina, david who works in the department and the needy in washington, d.c., and andrew and infantry lieutenant in the army. .. >> i do. >> have you assumed any duties or undertaken any actions which would appear to presume the outcome of this confirmation process? >> no, sir. >> will you ensure your staff complies with deadlines established for requested communications including questions for the record in hearings? >> i will. >> will you cooperate in providing witnesses and briefers in response to congressional requests? >> i will. >> will those witnesses be protected from reprisal from their testimony in any such briefing? >> they will. >> do you agree if confirmed to appear and testify upon request before this committee? >> i do. >> do you agree to provide documents including copies of electronic communications in a timely manner when requested by a duly constituted committee or to consult
, clean energy and education. he'll zero in on the issue of the middle class, advocating for what he described to house democrats last week as a, quote, economy that works for everybody. tomorrow's speech will also focus on immigration, climate change and gun violence, echoing themes from last month's inaugural address. on wednesday, the president will head to asheville, north carolina, to begin a three-state tour to sell his proposals. the post-state of the union presidential barnstorming will also hit atlanta and end out in chicago later in the week. >> so what proposals are we talking about, mike? i mean mark. anybody? >> gun control. >> gun control. >> immigration. >> they're going to love that in north carolina and georgia. >> education. >> i guess we're going to be -- >> nuclear disarmament. less nuclear bombs. >> so he's bringing up nuclear disarmament again. has anybody told him it's not 1987? >> stop. be nice. >> who could be against it? >> i know! but seriously. >> it's just money, though. >> how much money does it save? he is just one man. >> it could save us billions, i t
: and the major difference i noticed today versus last year on report day was the energy in the clubhouse. last year it was violent. these are all new players afraid of saying or doing the wrong thing but today there's a different swagger that comes from a team that made the playoffs. the music was up and you don't have to guess what song was playing. of course move it like bernie. and so i can confirm, the a's are ready to get it started in 2013. reporting live in chilly a arizona, i'm kate longworth, nbc bay area news. >> we'll have you back again tomorrow. football. the 49ers quarterback chris culliver had a rough week especially following homophobic comments. he began visiting with sick children at the ronald mcdonald house. >> like i said, more to continue. projects like this or anything, i've been dealing with this project for two months now. it's like i'm a little kid at the candy store. anxious to see him. hearing from all the battles and things he went through and to see him out here, he had a big smile on his face and just the love, today was the first day coming outside. >> now on to
. >> cardinal have to weigh experience. and the need for a certain level of energy. >> tonight what looks like a divine sign. lightning. st. peter's cathedral. >> benedict won't choose successor but hand pick cardinal who will. they expect to have the act might have been his final one for the pope. this is abc news reporting from vatican city back to you. >> okay nick thanks very much. as mentioned the pope apologized to the victim of sexual abuse at the hands of the church. but as lee ann explains he will also be remembered for what he did not do. >> in 2010 during a visit to westminster abby in england the pope offered one of many apologies to the victim of sexual abuse. >> i express my deep sorrow to the innocent victims of this despicable crime also the first pope to meet with victims. but for some of them his actions came too late. >> i don't think he did. >> survivor network for those abused by preelingts commonly known as snap before leaving the church for 25 years benedict then known as cardinal joseph was in charge of investigating claims of sexual abuse. in a 1985 letter to the
obesity, and regularly drinking energy drinks. just 26% say the same thing about sports drinks. last november, voters shot down a soda tax in richmond. only 40% of people favor taxing sugary drinks. >> i live in richmond, and i supported the measure. >> i kind of think the tax is bad. it's not going to stop people from drinking soda. people who like soda, really like they're soda. >> reporter: the support increases dramatically if the money go to school nutrition programs. >>> a mother from san diego is making a tearful plea for help after her son vanished last week, during a visit to san francisco. 20-year-old christian hughes flew to the bay area from san diego nine days ago, he was supposed to fly home last thursday, but never made it. his mother says he hasn't been heard from since thursday morning and his cell phone has been turned off. >> i know he count have disappeared like this without -- he couldn't have disappeared like this without a trace. no one knows where he is. i seriously do not know what happened. >> hughes is described as 5'8", weighing about 130 pounds. he has br
there is a link between obesity, and regularly drinking energy drinks. just 26% say the same thing about sports drinks. last november, voters shot down a soda tax in richmond. only 40% of people favor taxing sugary drinks. >> i live in richmond, and i supported the measure. >> i kind of think the tax is bad. it's not going to stop people from drinking soda. people who like soda, really like they're soda. >> reporter: the support increases dramatically if the money go to school nutrition programs. >>> a mother from san diego is making a tearful plea for help after her son vanished last week, during a visit to san francisco. 20-year-old christian hughes flew to the bay area from san diego nine days ago, he was supposed to fly home last thursday, but never made it. his mother says he hasn't been heard from since thursday morning and his cell phone has been turned off. >> i know he count have disappeared like this without -- he couldn't have disappeared like this without a trace. no one knows where he is. i seriously do not know what happened. >> hughes is described as 5'8", weighing about 130 poun
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memorial hospital. >> hundreds of people gathered to cycle for survival. it's a national high energy indoor team cycling event that helps raise money to fight cancer. all the money goes to memorial sloan-kettering cancer center. so far this year events like this have raised more than $8 million across the country. >>> up next, singer chris brown is making headlines again. this time for putting up a fight behind the wheel. >>> and coming up on the news edge at 11:00 a special send- off for dozens of national guardsmen tin district. we are talking to soldiers young and old about leaving their families to answer the call of duty. that's next when we return. [ male announcer ] want to make a great car interior? stop looking at car interiors. get inspired by other stuff. yep. yep. ok. sure. why not? woah. touchscreens. put that in your dash. now, luxury stuff. make your seats like that. that thing has wifi, why doesn't your car? you can't do that. ignore that guy. give it wifi. yes! make it fit 5 people. no, 5 actual sized people. give them leg room, good. destroy boring car interiors forever. a
from detroit just to get here. >> i love it. this is so much excitement. you can feel the energy in the air. electrifying. >> reporter: non-stop. beads aren't the only things falling from the sky this year. a lingering rain continues to fall as well. pushing some inside to continue the party while outside clouds haven't scared off the crowds. close to a million poured into new orleans and will spend $144 million during the festival. whether it means adding rain boots our an umbrella, most here are not wore bead getting wet. >> do i look worried? >> reporter: no, she doesn't. not many do. after all, liquid is a pretty big part of every mardi gras. >> a live look at bourbon street. most don't even realize when it is raining. they don't seem to care very much. i'm jay gray. back to you. >> hard-core partiers. rain doesn't dampen them. alcohol and a pew beads will help. >> not one single person that had an umbrella open. they don't care. >> they are hard-core. they don't care. this is the same system moving up our way. >> that it is. it is mostly rain for us. nuisance system for us.
. >> pepsi is not calling it an energy drink. this is a breakfast drink. remember that as you drink it down. >> it's good. it has 92 milligrams of caffeine. >> which, by the way, in a 16-ounce can is less than a starbucks cup of coffee. >> that has like 330 milligram. >> it tastes like mountain dew, oddly enough. >> oddly, it's made by mountain dew. >> cherry mountain dew. >> kate, would you do this in the morning? >> not in the morning. maybe afternoon. >> it kind of defeats the purpose. this is kind of a morning drink. >> but in the afternoon, right? >> i have a coffee in the afternoon. >> there you go. >> mix it into your routine. >> how about you? >> i'm not going to do it. thank you for the offer. >> i like it. >> do you? >> it's that 5% juice, you know. >> we're going to slam these, power chug these as natalie takes care of the news. >>> good morning, everyone. in the news the u.n. security council is holding an emergency meeting today to deal with north korea's latest provocation, the reinclusive communist country announced it conduct ed a third nuclear test today. president obama ca
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white is not president of the united states. it takes a lot of energy. you're traveling around the world. you know, being betty white is a very different job. >> i think we also get to select. >> i'm with you. >> the people out there, i don't care what you're doing. good you're running for political office, the voters get to pick. they get to judge your vietality and whether or not you're qualified. you have to be able to do the job. >> my friend said recently that, you know, look at the forefathers, they did all the magic at 30 and 40. our politicians are too old now. there were meanty of people who didn't think you could be doing what you're doing now. >> i'm a firm believer, i have little kids. i started a new career, as selfishly we all want to stay young. we have these little blue hepil, i hear. i don't know what they do, but they help people stay young. >> i guess we're going to get to some weight issues later in the segment. we are just a little politically correct. i thought it was great that the pope did that, where i think a lot of coaches, a lot of the storied coaches out ther
to create jobs and grow the middle class. >>> >> reporter: his speech will echo last year. energy, education, national security and the deficit, real achievable plans that will lead to new jobs. >> reporter: tonight's new state of the union come just two weeks before budget showdowns. on march 1st, a series of draconian spending cuts both sides want to avoid but will kick in if nothing is done. then on march 30th the government completely runs out of funding. the arguments from both sides remain largely the same from previous budget impasses, the president pushing for tax hikes on the wealthy. republicans insisting on major spending cuts. >> the president will actually have to move beyond the gimmicks and the taxes and propose real spending reductions. >> reporter: despite the economic focus, the issue of guns, especially the memory of newtown, will loom over the house chamber. with lawmakers inviting guests from both sides of the gun debate, from former rock star ted nugent on one side including former congresswoman gabby giffords who also stars in this ad. >> take it from me, congress must
's really been the focus of his energies on domestic policy since, like i said, the time he began running for this office. it was the focus of so much what he did in his first term. it remains the focus because the recession that was in full bloom when he took office in january of 2009 cost this economy almost nine million jobs. and dug a heublg hole out of which we've been climbing ever since. we've achieved a lot. over six million private sector jobs. quarter after quarter of economic growth. there's more work to do. what you'll hear is a plan from the president to get that done. more jobs, more growth. >> woodruff: when it comes to the economy and the fiscal health of the federal government, we know that house speaker john boehner told reporters today that the president in his words doesn't have the guts to tackle the serious problem of the debt facing this country, that he's not willing to take on his own party when it comes to reducing or rather raising the eligibility age for medicare. >> i think it's unfortunate that the name-calling on the eve of the state of the union. i think it
failed again to gain greater access to iran's nuclear sites. a team from the international atomic energy agency returned home empty-handed today, after talks in tehran. meanwhile, iran announced it's installing a new generation of centrifuges to enrich uranium. and, "the washington post" reported iran tried a year ago to buy 100,000 specialized magnets for centrifuges. the u.s. and other nations say iran means to build nuclear weapons. the iranians say their program is for power generation. around the world today, people rallied to raise awareness of violence against women. the "one billion rising" campaign staged rallies, dances and vigils in dozens of major cities. the events were held to coincide with valentine's day. the united nations has estimated that one of every three women worldwide, is raped or beaten in the course of a lifetime. a long-time leader in american a new implantable device that restores some vision in the blind won approval today in the united states. the food and drug administration agreed to allow use of the argus 2 retinal prosthesis. it uses electrodes in the r
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